I wish I had some magic secrets or shortcuts to share, but the truth is that food blogging is hard work. I receive questions about the subject fairly often, so I sat down to compile my best tips for food bloggers and ended up with an even twenty. You’ll be more likely to develop a successful food blog if you follow the Viral Video Jackpot PLR V1 Review.
1. Be authentic.
Post about what you love and produce the best content you possibly can.
2. Don’t give up.
Blog growth is slow at first and gains momentum as time goes on, assuming that you stick with it and do your best.
3. Post original content.
If visitors like what you do, they will keep coming back for more.
4. Show your personality!
Enthusiasm is infectious, so don’t be afraid to show it. One of the coolest things about blogging is that you can connect with people who share your undying love for, say, avocado on toast.
5. Make friends and help each other.
In other words, network! Connect and cultivate friendships with other bloggers who share your interests. Leave thoughtful comments on their blogs, chat with them on social media and promote their content.
6. Make yourself accessible.
Be present and responsive on social media as best you can.
7. Keep your site design clean and easy to navigate.
Clutter detracts from your content.
8. Make it easy for visitors to follow your blog.
Place links to RSS/email subscription and social media prominently on each page.
9. Make it easy to comment on your blog.
No CAPTCHAs or required logins, please. Find a way to let your commenters know that they are appreciated, whether that’s by emailing them privately, responding to their comment publicly or by commenting on their blogs.
10. Make it easy to share your content.
Provide social media sharing buttons at the end of each post. Say thank you when others promote your work.
11. Post fantastic recipes only.
You don’t want visitors to invest their time and ingredients into a recipe and end up disappointed, right? Better to let the blog go quiet for a few days than to post a recipe you can’t stand behind.
12. Cite your sources.
Always. Not cool: reposting recipes verbatim, posting other bloggers’ photos without permission. Cool: original recipes, sharing links to your inspiration, linking to further resources on the subject at hand.
13. Don’t sell out.
I’m not saying that you shouldn’t try to make money off your blog, but don’t align yourself with a brand or project that isn’t a good fit. You are the company you keep. Focus on producing your best content and building your audience and the opportunities will come.
14. Post on a regular basis.
Whether that’s every day, once a week or once every other week, don’t let your blog look abandoned.
15. Get your own domain name.
If you want your blog to be taken seriously, just do it. You can buy a domain name for less than twenty dollars a year through GoDaddy(affiliate link).
16. Build a self-hosted wordpress blog.
That is, if you want full control over your design and content and plenty of room to grow. If you don’t know how to do these things, pay someone good to do it for you or shower your geeky friend with homemade cookies until he agrees. Find 325K Premium IM Words Content Review
17. Learn about search engine optimization.
SEO isn’t black magic; it’s about making your quality content findable. It’s important to understand and implement the basics. Here is Google’s SEO starter guide [PDF] and Bake Your Day’s SEO For Food Bloggers Guide.
18. Submit your posts to recipe submission sites.
It’s a great way to get new visitors to your blog. I submit my posts to Foodgawker, Tastespotting, Tasteologie and Finding Vegan (when applicable). Keep a text file that contains the submission information so it’s easy to copy and paste it onto each site. If your photo is rejected the first time around, edit it or choose a different photo and resubmit.
19. Learn how to take appetizing photos.
People are much more likely to want to eat, make, share and pin your recipes when they are presented alongside appealing photos. Find my food photography tips and equipment recommendations here.
20. Do what your mama told you.
This should go without saying, but be nice, be constructive, be respectful, be appreciative, be humble. Work hard.
While I’m not a professional food photographer, my photos have improved with practice (lots and lots of it). Here are the best tips and tricks I can offer about food photography and equipment.
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Tips for taking great food photos
It’s all about the light! My best tip for beginners is to become aware of the intensity of the light and how it hits the food, and learn to adjust accordingly. Here are some tips for getting started.
Troubleshooting common food photography issues
Frustrated by how your food photos are turning out? Read on for potential solutions.
Cameras for food photography
You don’t necessarily need a fancy camera to take appealing food photos. You can probably get by with a point-and-shoot camera for a while. Consult the user manual, use the macro setting and practice!
When you are ready to have full control over your exposure and focal length, save up for a DSLR camera (that’s short for digital single-lens reflex camera). It’s an investment, truly! I finally retired my trusty eight-year-old Nikon D80 camera and upgraded to the Nikon D750 in April 2015.
If you can’t decide between a Nikon DSLR or Canon DSLR, the differences between the two are pretty minimal. Comparable models will produce photos of comparable quality, so choose the best camera available in your price range.
Before you buy, read reviews and go to a local photography store to try them out in person. If one brand’s cameras seem more user-friendly and feel more comfortable in your hand, go for that one. The lens you use for food photos will have more of an impact than the dSLR itself, so I recommend buying the camera body and lens separately.
Lenses for food photography
I prefer to use compact fixed lenses. Fixed means that the lenses do not zoom in or out, so I have to physically move myself closer or farther away from the subject.
I love fixed lenses because they are generally smaller, cheaper and faster than zoom lenses. They often offer wider apertures, which gives me greater control over depth of field and more flexibility while I’m shooting.
On my old cropped format camera, I used Nikon’s 35mm f1.8 and loved it. It produced sharper photos than my old 50mm and was easy enough to use for overhead photos of food on my table.
Now that I’ve upgraded to an expensive full-frame camera and photographed a cookbook, I primarily use Nikon’s 50mm f1.4 lens (the 50mm f1.8G lens is almost as good). I use Nikon’s 60mm macro lensoccasionally when I want to zoom in really close to food to capture detail or a cool abstract shot, and for photos taken at a 45-degree angle. (I can’t quite explain why, but I don’t love the way my 50mm lens captures that angle on my full-frame camera.)
But wait, why did I move to a longer focal length when I upgraded cameras? Because a 35mm lens on a cropped format camera effectively acts as a 50mm lens on a full-frame camera. It’s confusing, I know. Unless you’ve spent thousands of dollars on a camera, your camera is probably a cropped format, but double-check to be sure.
Other photography equipment
Reflectors and diffusers: I mostly use cheap white foam boards to bounce light back onto the plate and reduce shadows. You can also bring out more shadows by using a black foam board. I buy my foam boards at craft stores or Target. Sometimes I hang sheer white fabric over the window to soften the lighting source, too.
Quality tripod: I prefer to shoot with my camera in my hands for maximum freedom, but I’ve finally conceded that my tripod gives me greater control over my settings and helps ensure a super high quality (not grainy or blurry) photograph. To shoot my cookbook, I bought the Manfrotto Studio Pro Triman Tripod and a sturdy armthat lets me shoot overhead. I LOVE this setup!
You’ll probably need to get a tripod head for your tripod, too—I opted for the Manfrotto 322RC2 Joystick Head Short, which is so much easier to adjust than other tripod heads. Just one trigger instead of three knobs!
Recommended photography software
I use Adobe Lightroom to organize and edit my digital photos. I don’t know what I would do without it! I prefer it to Photoshop because it helps me keep my files organized and easy to find, and provides exceptional control over exposure adjustments. It is also significantly less expensive than Photoshop.
Recommended photography books
Pinch of Yum Tasty Food Photography eBook: A solid eBook about food photography (with videos!) by food blogger Lindsey of Pinch of Yum. She provides technical camera setting advice, composition tips, lighting tips, props and setup details, and photo editing and workflow tips.
The best part? You can watch videos of Lindsey shooting and editing photos, which are really helpful. Click here to purchase and download the Pinch of Yum Tasty Food Photography eBook for $29.
Plate to Pixel: Digital Food Photography & Styling by Helene Dujardin of Tartelette: The best food photography book I’ve found so far. She covers exposure basics before diving into food photo composition, lighting and so forth.
Understanding Exposure by Brian Peterson: If you really want to understand the fundamentals of photography, I recommend this book! The principles taught in this book can be applied to all photography situations.
Where to buy food photo props
Before you go prop shopping, think about what you want your style to be so you don’t waste your money on props that aren’t “you”. If you’re not sure what your photography style is yet, look to your wardrobe, décor and Pinterest boards for clues. Are you drawn to bright and colorful patterns, or clean lines and muted tones? Shop accordingly.
You don’t need a closet full of props for interesting food photos. You probably already have items at home that will look great in photos. Get creative! Vintage handkerchiefs can make fun napkins and well-worn baking sheets can make an interesting background.
Thrift stores and my parents’ kitchen have yielded some of my favorite finds. Etsy and eBay are treasure troves for unique, handmade or vintage food photo props. My favorite shops for new props and useful cooking tools are Crate and Barrel, West Elm, CB2, Williams-Sonoma, Sur la Table, Anthropologie, Target and Amazon.
Do you post videos on YouTube?
Want to know what makes a video ad successful?
To discover how YouTube video ads work, I interview Derral Eves.
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The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.
In this episode I interview Derral Eves, an expert in YouTube and video marketing. He’s YouTube-certified in Audience Growth, AdWords, Google Analytics and Video Advertising. He’s helped big and small businesses bring in more than 1 billion views collectively.
Derral will explore YouTube ads and what marketers need to know.
You’ll discover the formula for creating great video ads.
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How Derral got into YouTube
In 2006, Derral was doing a lot of search engine optimization work with local businesses when he found their videos ranked easily on Google (this is back when Google had Google Video). Late in 2006, Google purchased YouTube and it became a lot easier to find something on YouTube through Google. Derral realized it was a great way for small shops to share their message and get easy ranking and visibility.
Derral shares how a video that cost $99 to make in 2006 received over 385,000 views on YouTube and has sold more couches for a furniture store than any of their other advertising.
A couple of years ago, Derral started doing his own videos to help clients get answers to common questions. He created a plan of execution, tried to figure out the best trending videos to make and so on. His goal was to get 10,000 subscribers and a million views in that first year. He reached his goal in three months. In six months, he was number-one for training on how to use YouTube on YouTube.
Derral Eves is a YouTube certified marketer. Image: Placeit.
Today, Derral consults with and helps businesses, brands and YouTube channels get exposure, develop an audience and monetize.
Listen to the show to discover what originally led Derral to YouTube.
Why create video ads?
Because video ads convert at a very high level, Derral believes video marketing is a great way to deliver, engage and excite. He says video is powerful if it’s done right, but can be negative if it’s done wrong.
Derral talks about working on the video ad for the Squatty Potty, which appeared on Shark Tank. As of this recording, the video has 43 million combined video views from Facebook, YouTube and some freebooted video.
Although Derral found that Facebook video is good for branding and engagement, he says the video got better conversions with YouTube.
Listen to the show to discover the benefit of Facebook video versus YouTube.
The process for making video ads
Derral says you need to start by determining what you want to accomplish with your video ad. He cautions that if you have 80, 10 or even 3 things you want to accomplish, then it’s never going to work. You need narrow it down to one reason to make the ad. Then everything else will benefit from it.
When you know what success looks like, you work backwards to get someone to take the desired action at the end of your video. Derral says you have a short amount of time to accomplish this and walks listeners through the steps he uses to build YouTube video ads: capture attention, talk about the problem and offer a solution.
He believes that if you do this correctly, you can repeat it several times throughout the video and you can keep your audience engaged throughout the process. For example, even though the Squatty Potty video is long (2:54 minutes), the audience retention was high and over 80% of the people who click on it watch the whole ad. He refers to the repeating of this formula as his power pitch.
Derral explains the difference between educational videos and videos that sell products, and discusses his experience with short ads versus long ads.
Listen to the show to hear Derral break down the creation of the Squatty Potty video. https://goo.gl/jDSq5B
How to run video ads on YouTube
To deliver ads on YouTube, you use AdWords. Derral explains that AdWords is part of the Google Ads Display Network and says that if you set everything up properly, the retargeting and remarketing opportunities are amazing. He shares that when you upload email lists for remarketing to custom audience lists, YouTube has a higher match rate than Facebook.
He describes the process of using if/then statements in AdWords to create custom combinations that retarget viewers based on their previous behaviors. For example, if someone went to your website, watched a video but didn’t purchase anything, you can serve them an ad. Or when a viewer has watched two videos, shared and liked a video or commented on a video, you can serve them an ad or redirect them to a purchase page.
He talks about how your advertising can show up in YouTube video embedded on websites owned by brands such as Mashable.
Listen to the show to hear about the video funnel.
Spending money on video ads
The thing Derral loves about AdWords is that you can get a lot of visibility quickly and for free. He explains that this is because Google only charges you when someone clicks or watches at least 30 seconds of your ad (or the full ad if it’s shorter than 30 seconds).
Derral recommends starting with $50, but he’s had success with clients who start with $20. He says his goal is to prove every dollar spent can make four or five dollars. He asks, “With that ratio, who wouldn’t want to serve more ads?”
The key is to understand how your ad is doing. You need to analyze and adjust it to make it more effective. Derral says he always split tests ads, and uses the one that actually converts, and shares when and how you might decide to raise your advertising spend.
He explains the difference between TrueView in-stream ads and in-display ads and how they’re bid and paid for.
Derral says that any video you upload to your channel can be turned into an ad at any time. For example, Derral sometimes uses his “Who is Derral Eves?” video as an ad.
Listen to the show to discover how to get started with your budget.
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Overcast’s smart speed feature is cool because it shortens the length of the natural pauses in conversations so the show goes faster. This lets you finish listening minutes ahead of time without making the podcast sound like it’s sped up.
And, if a show has time codes in the notes, you simply press one and it automatically jumps to that place in the episode.
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· Connect with Derral on his website.
· Watch Derral’s videos, including Who is Derral Eves?
· Read Derral’s blog.
· Check out Squatty Potty and watch the unicorn video.
· Learn more about AdWords and the Google Ads Display Network.
· Explore TrueView in-stream and in-display ads.
· Check out Overcast.
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Managing Yahoo AdWords campaigns is simple, right? You merely pick a couple of keywords, establish finances, type in your credit greeting card and you're done.
Sure, but you're probably on the way to helping Yahoo maintain steadily its stock price while throwing away a lot of your money heedlessly or sacrificing out to more savvy challengers.
Executed well, AdWords (and other similar "ppc," or PPC, promotions) can effectively drive certified traffic to your website-which subsequently can make new leads and sales for your business. The best-run promotions have a strategic directive, set up standard metrics, and analytics in location to measure everything.
But the search phrase there exists "executed well." What my company often considers instead, when we're called directly into Google Ads Mastery Review or dominate these DIY promotions, is a lot of aimless set up, standard mismanagement and under-utilization of features that may otherwise help efficiency.
If you're controlling your own PPC plan in-house, be sure to understand these essential guidelines.
1. DO KNOW HOW Your Advertising Get Shown
You will find multiple factors influencing how your advertising appear on Yahoo: your daily budget, your maximum cost per click (or "CPC") per keyword, your rivals' potential CPC on a single keyword, how popular your key phrase is, and Google's Quality Report. Unless you know how Quality Report works, get acquainted with it pronto!
2. DON'T Send All Users to your house Page
You need to take into account your PPC plan as a direct-response experience. In case your advertisement succeeds in getting users to click, why dump them onto a website without sharing with them where you can go next?
Instead, steer them more evidently in to the response you want by creating a distinctive "squeeze page." Yahoo has regarded these webpages so important that this has integrated JVZoo Academy Review into its Quality Credit score rating.
3. DON'T Depend on Broad or Universal Keywords
Internet search engine users have received savvy over time; many search inquiries now have a tendency to be considered a few words long, somewhat than just solitary words or pairs. Bidding on very wide or generic keywords may very well be expensive-because of either the bet price itself or by dint of utter search volume-and the traffic yielded may be reduced quality.
Unless you keep an eye on these conditions meticulously for performance, they can find yourself making negative ROI.
4. DO Organize Keywords Into Tightly Themed Advertising Groups
There are benefits to presenting relevant keywords arranged of their own advertisement group: http://bit.ly/2x3cwDR
- Keywords can certainly be utilized in your advertisement copy being that they are highly relevant to the advertising group.
- When the advertisings are more highly relevant to the audience, your click-through rate (CTR) increase (and this is the goal, in the end)
- Higher CTRs help your Quality Rating, which will lead to lessen click charges for the same position.
5. DO Utilize All Match Type Options
Match Type adjustments for each and every keyword help control how Yahoo triggers your advertising. Unless you specify a specific Match Type, Yahoo defaults to Comprehensive Match-which generally works in their favour, not yours.
6. DON'T Neglect Negative Keywords
Negative keywords are those haven't any bearing on the framework of your keywords or words you want to make certain aren't associated with your plan. For instance, in a advertising campaign advertising home windows for the house, you'd want to avoid anyone also looking for the term "Microsoft."
Making certain these words do not come in your marketing campaign can also assist in improving your Quality Score-since you are not producing unnecessary advertisement impressions that garner poor CTRs.
7. DO Different Your Campaigns
Google's default options at the plan level include both Search and Screen together, , nor isolate out Mobile.
You should physically "opt out" of experiencing your search keywords operate on Google's Screen Network-especially if you need to preserve your financial budget solely for Search. I'd also claim that you create another search marketing campaign for mobile users, to help boost your presence and click costs there, too.
8. DO Use Free Change Tracking
If you don't are owning a branding initiative and do not care how much cash you spend, you will be soaring blind if you operate a campaign without change tracking to let you know how well your clicks convert into action. Use Google's free alteration tracking code to offer more insight and help you prune and improve your campaign.
9. DO Test Different Advertisement Versions
Even once you put all of this effort into the campaign setup, you mustn't assume you really know what ad will in actuality appeal to the right audience. Instead, test different variants of ad duplicate or offers: Run three assessments for every Advertisement Group for weekly roughly, determine the success, and delete or tweak losers predicated on the results.
10. DON'T STICK TO Under-Performing Keywords
Keywords that produce clicks but don't convert consume your financial budget and pull down your Quality Credit score. Consistently review your advertising campaign and be rid of them!
11. DO Benefit from Ad Extensions
Google now offers you more than simply 90 personas of ad word, if you understand about and use Advertisement Expansion options. With Advertising Extensions you can show products, give locations and telephone numbers, or list additional links, all associated with an individual ad.
12. Do not forget to Connect AdWords towards your Yahoo Analytics Account
When you hook up your AdWords bank account to your Yahoo Analytics accounts, you can assess your AdWords plan data directly inside your Google Analytics dashboard and observe how an AdWords visitor influences your current website activity. To understand how, read item No. 5 in this list.
When every advertising dollar counts, you truly cannot manage to miss these simple but important AdWords marketing techniques.